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Advocates of learning by doing and having fun while you do it, they sought to create an entertaining exhibit where visitors could play the theremin hear the results.
However, it was not enough just to be able to hear the instrument play, they wanted to be able to visualise the sounds it produced to help explain how the instrument works.
They sought a cost effective solution that could be built into the exhibit itself. It needed to be reliable, start without operator intervention and continute to work 24×7 when powered on.
Built with BitScope, Blade Uno and Raspberry Pi MAAS used BitScope Blade Uno together with a Raspberry Pi, BitScope and LCD monitor to build the exhibit.
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